The Big Island of Hawaii is well known for producing premium Kona Coffee, but with 21 different microclimates, there are other lesser known varieties offering their own unique experience, and coffee from the Ka’u region is rapidly gaining well deserved recognition and praise.
The Ka’u region spans the south side of the big island, “next door” to the Kona Coffee belt and above the town of Pahala on the flanks of Mauna Loa. With many of the farms located 1500-2100 feet above sea level, Ka’u coffee exhibits similar characteristics to Central American Coffees: a syrupy mouthfeel, low acidity, aromas of citrus and jasmine and a smooth delicate flavor with hints of brown sugar, currant and a long spice finish.
Our Ka’u is not only premium quality (as you would expect from Koa) but is Ka’u Peaberry, a more rare and in-demand variety due to a natural mutation that results in a denser, single bean that can taste noticeably sweeter than regular varieties.
This special coffee is available for a limited time only.
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